Registered unemployed plunge 41.4%

In July, the number of registered unemployed in Cyprus decreased annually by over 13,000 (41.4%) to under 23,000, returning to pre-pandemic levels. This is mainly due to major employers in the accommodation and food services sectors opening up. At the

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Orange alert as Cyprus heatwave peaks

A two-week-long heatwave gripping Cyprus will soar to a scorching 43 degrees Celsius on Tuesday in one of the hottest days of the summer so far. The sizzling temperatures and stifling night-time

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Green recovery meets energy efficiency

Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s ambitious recovery and resilience plan are doable, unlike many ideas, strategies and declarations churned out from Brussels in the past. The difference this time is that

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Green recovery meets energy efficiency

Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s ambitious recovery and resilience plan are doable, unlike many ideas, strategies and declarations churned out from Brussels in the past. The difference this time is that von der Leyen already had set a clear goal before

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Limassol port strike ends, DP World signs labour deal

Limassol port returned to work on Wednesday, ending a three-day impromptu strike after trade unions objected to changes in the collective labour agreements. On Monday, the Ministry of Labour’s mediation service condemned the strike, saying it was unwarranted and violated

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‘Fit for 55’ package unworkable

As part of their “Fit for 55” package to address the climate crisis, shipping-related proposals issued by the European Commission may prove